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Water regulations in Switzerland are very strict and most tap water is of impeccable quality. There is also a law which states that any fountain, which doesn't have regulated drinking water, has to be declared as such, so if you see a fountain with no sign on a village square, it's very likely safe to be drunk. This is most likely the reason why there is a ...


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I'm pretty sure you don't have to see a doctor to get penicilin in Cambodia, I got some antibiotics from a nurse on Koh Rong. And pharmacy staff will definitely understand "penicilin". Still, it might be a good idea to see a doctor anyway instead of self-diagnosing and self-medicating. Best ask your hotel/hostel's staff, they should know a doctor who ...


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From the Department of Agriculture - Arriving in Australia page, there's a section for "Other items" that states: used sporting and camping equipment including tents, footwear, hiking boots, golf equipment and bicycles (need to be checked to ensure they are clean and free from soil contamination) It should be sufficient to clean your shoes ...


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Australia has Reciprocal Health Care Agreements with: New Zealand United Kingdom Republic of Ireland Sweden Netherlands Finland Italy Belgium Malta Slovenia Norway These agreements mean: Australian residents can get help with the cost of essential medical treatment when visiting these countries Full information about Reciprocal Health Care ...


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Look for BLS (Basic Life Support). Depending on the course or the country, it usually provides enough knowledge to deal with a few medical emergency conditions including: Heart attacks and breathing problems (CPR) Choking. Drowning. Bleeding. Allergies. I am qualified for that and I feel that this is very important, especially when I am with my family ...


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I would suggest visiting your GP and ask their advice. Here in Australia, every Clinic has list of medicines or shots to be taken before travelling to particular countries. Also prevention is better than cure. I would suggest avoid eating spicy street food and water. Get distilled or purified water bottle and carry it with you. Stay in a clean hotel ...


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The places where children have easy access to dentists and toothbrushes are generally the places where children have easy access to candy and don't need or particularly want any from you. If you came to Canada to see Niagara Falls or the Rocky Mountains and were handing candy to any Canadian children you saw, people wouldn't think you were being at all ...


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There are a lot of online resources about altitude sickness prevention. Like TripAdvisor or the NHS (National Health Services from the UK government). They all give similar advices, which include, among others: Avoid strenuous activities in the first 24/48 hours Avoid alcohol and nicotine Hydrate yourself more often than you're used to. I couldn't find an ...


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While I can answer this question as a native South Korean, this really is a question you should ask your country's relevant government office. As of June 15th, 2015, there are no known cases of MERS infection in Jeju Island. But as this is an on-going event, the situation can change at any minute. Most countries issued a level 1 travel advisory or ...


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You don't state what sort of meditation you want to engage in. I am assuming the temporal/spiritual sort (i.e., non-secular) in this answer... You can try the Staatspark Fürstenlager (roughly "Prince's Lodge). It is 55 km due south of Frankfurt. Train access is possible (Frankfurt Hbf to Bensheim) leaving you with a half-hour walk into the park itself. ...


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In this enormous PDF (linked from here, which appears to be the official information) it says at page 38: 5.5 The exemptions to paying the health surcharge are as follows: ... (x) nationals of Australia or New Zealand; or See also page 45. But that covers Australian nationals, not British Nationals in Australia. Yet on page 84 it says of the ...


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As a physicist who worked for many years on the backscatter imagers, I can assure you the dose to the skin is very low. It is required that there be at least 1mm of aluminum filtration equivalent in the beam to remove the very low energy x-rays that would increase dose to the skin.


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The store locator on the Daiso website (daisoglobal.com) tells us there is one in Nanning - here's the map. The street address is 南宁市友爱南路22号南棉商业街216号 (You'ai Nanlu 22).



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